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My rose bush has rust on leaves I need to know how to treat it

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SOURCE: How do I treat Big Bud on blackcurrant bushes ?

try using a dishsoap mixture with water - more dishsoap than water though

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Whats the differance in prunning a rose bush an trimming a rose bush?


definition of the word
the action is the same thing
for example the earth wire in one nation is the same as a ground wire in another nation
pruning in one nation is the same as trimming in another nation
so just follow the instructions and the result will be the same

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I want to repaint the exterior to make it look nicer and treat the rust what paint would you recommend please?


sand back and treat the rust with a phosphoric acid rust converter,then prime and paint as per usual,you question does'nt state where you are and local regulations usually say what sorts of paints you can or can't use

Mar 15, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Anti rust for cars, dont they treat the Wheel-Hubs? is wheelhub rust a common problem? my car is only 2 months new


wheel hubs are cast steel and are not rust treated. The rust may be from driving on snow/ice roads that have had salt on them. There is not much that can be done .You can trying a rust control agent ( phosphoric acid) which can be bought concentrated or in diluted form in rust prevention undercoats. You could then try using a good rust control paint that will withstand a lot of heat (remember that the brakes make everything hot)
If you can find an electro-plater in your area you may get the hubs cadmium plated or zink plated and this will arrest the rust.

Feb 19, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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How do I treat Big Bud on blackcurrant bushes ?


try using a dishsoap mixture with water - more dishsoap than water though

Nov 20, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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HOW TO GET RID OF WATER RUST ON A 97 4 RUNNER


there are several ways to stop frame rust but it needs to have all existing rust removed before its treated. if not its like putting a band aid on a gunshot wound, it will only mask the problem. spraying a good coat of under coating or even spray on bed liner once the rust is removed will greatly slow it down. there are also treatment sprays that inhibit rust but on a large scale can be very expensive

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How do I repair a drive link on my 96 crown vic


If you are talking about the rear swaybar link, there are new bolts with the bushings at aftermarket stores. You need to get under the vehicle and replace the bolts which usually rust to bits. I do not know what type of shelter you have to work in or available tools, but if you want to do it yourself it can be a pain to get the rusted parts off.

It is worse with the fuel tank and Air suspension bags in the area. If one side of the link fell down, for the Winter I would replace the bushings and bolt on the bad side and leave the remaining side go till Spring.

If you have a hoist, or are paying someone, put the full set of parts in. The top of the mounts are difficult to service and you can easily lose a wrench in the frame if I am thinking about the correct Model. You do have to overcome the flex built into bar by positioning the axle to minimize the tension.

If your question is about a different chassis link please advise and I will try to help you.

Jan 27, 2011 | 1996 Ford Crown Victoria

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It's getting harder to shift gears for my 1998 isuzu rodeo. All gears 1 2 3 4 5 and reverse .What can i do to fix it? The fluid looks dark and dirty in the place that you put fluid in . I have tried to add...


problem is caused by shifter linkage bushings swelling causing joint to become tight and siezedto fixbuy linkage bushings and pins dissasemble pry old bushings clean sand journals of rust install new bushings use grease replce the pin/bolt check to see if the joints move freely

plz leave me a comment if you need more info reply

Jan 19, 2011 | 1998 Isuzu Rodeo

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Looking for touch up paint or solution for rust around wheel well


You need to remove all of the rust with a grinder then a wire wheel. Treat the rust with rust with a rust coating this will turn it black. Visit your local FinishMaster store and get the right code of paint, these guys are great and will steer u in the right direction

Mar 04, 2010 | 1999 Ford Expedition

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Can the body of a tr4 be taken off the chassis


If I remember correctly you have to take the front wings off first and then you can unbolt the tub, if you can leave the doors on do so, as if the sills were not quite fitted perfectly or are slightly corroded they could distort, with the doors on all will be kept square. Dont forget to treat any surface rust or bare metal that is hidden by the chassis normaly, I use POR15.

Jul 11, 2009 | 2006 Triumph Tr 7

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